Aimee Crocker

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The article by user hanualani is a mix of the author’s Wikipedia article about Aimee Crocker and the Crowley chapter from his new book, Aimee Crocker: Queen of Bohemia. The latter is a follow-up to the author’s 2009 book, Aimee Crocker’s Refined Vaudeville. The new book explores the topic of bohemianism as well as her relationship with Crowley. It also includes a chapter about the Bohemian Club in northern California.

Aimée Crocker (December 5, 1864 – February 7, 1941) was an American heiress, princess, Bohemian, mystic and author best known for her adventures in the Far East, for her extravagant parties in San Francisco, New York and Paris and for her collections of husbands and lovers, adopted children, Buddhas, pearls, tattoos and snakes.

Aleister Crowley began a relentless pursuit of Aimée Crocker in the early 1910s, when she was in her early fifties.

Their journey would last some ten years and be among the longest relationships in both of their lives.

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